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    Love takes time. Love takes dedication. But most of all, if you're not careful. Love takes all. I put my pen down as I finished my homework. "Damn, that took waaay too long." I stood up from my seat and jumped into my bed, messing up all the order that was there before. "It's because of her." I check my phone for messages, none received. I bury my face into a pillow. It all started a year ago, I was classmates with this girl called Mio. At first, I didn't even pay attention to her.…

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    In the play ‘Much Aldo About Nothing' composed by William Shakespeare, love is always being addressed among the characters; who is truly is infatuated? Who is really faithful? Not only is sentimental love showed between characters, yet the kind of adoration amongst siblings too. A portion of the characters experienced serious difficulties bringing down their feeling blockades keeping in mind the end goal to express their affection for each other while others confound desire to be genuine romance…

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    I never knew love was like an I spy book. You have to look for it because sometimes it might just be with someone you never expected to know or feel that way about. Well this is my story of a victory loss. My game of love. Love was in the air. It was like every breath of air you took in; along you took the need of someone’s company. People say that February is the month of love, but if anything for me it didn’t start out like that. The day that I thought the boy of my dreams and the boy I had…

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    spoken about. Since Mel is intoxicated with liquor, he speaks cruel and abusive words towards his wife Terri. As the matter of fact, Mel consumes alcohol frequently he becomes more garrulous, and discloses that love is not enduring and death is approaching soon. While being self-conscious, Mel reveals his apprehension for love and if something to happen to him and his wife in the future, the significant other would be able to love again and it will be filled with memories. This notion of love…

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    book, ‘What We Talk About When We Talk About Love’, Carver demonstrates a consistent theme of destruction throughout a young couple’s relationship involving their different values of love, as well as the way they interact with each other and with alcohol. Carver exhibits the couple’s young love in their ‘honey-moon phase’, which the couple begins to realize does not last forever as their love begins to fade and the reality of relationships sinks in. What once was a romantic love is taking a…

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    Love is a complex emotion and the idea of wanting someone can sometimes replace the feeling of true love. In Shakespeare's comedic tragedy Much Ado About Nothing, Hero and Claudio aren't in love, they don't ever get to know each other but only fall in love with each others looks and the idea of the other. They fall in love with the idea of having someone to care about. They fall apart easily and give up without fighting for each other. True love is caring and it is something worth fighting for…

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    According to William Shakespeare, “The course of true love never did run smoothly.” This is true in the real world because there are many hardships and obstacles that a couple goes through. However, love makes them stronger and allows them to endure and surpass all of the negativity and issues. While it may prove to be difficult, the passion of love brings couples together. The relationship between Beatrice and Benedick is more realistic in today’s society than the relationship between…

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    Love is usually depicted as an intense feeling of deep affection which can be directed towards anything. Additionally, love is often depicted as a happy ending to a story; however, it is rarely seen as a sad ending to a story. In What We Talk About When We Talk About Love, Raymond Carver portrays the theme that the feeling of love is unstable and weak, which is why love is not an everlasting experience. The couples in “Gazebo,” “Sacks,” and “What We Talk About When We Talk Love,” separate from…

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    even the smallest piece of love you still have for that person? No matter how much you think you don’t like a person you once loved, they are always going to have a small place in your heart. Love comes in many different forms, some people just don’t know the best way to show it. You can begin to love someone in a short amount of time or a long time. According to Raymond Carver, the author of What We Talk About When We Talk About Love, love never dies. Mel tells a story about an older couple…

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    “Much Ado About Nothing.” is a romantic comedy written by the famous poet William Shakespeare. The novel takes place in the early Sixteen hundreds, it features a young woman who is wrongly accused of adultery. Who later is found innocent and recoiled with her lover. It also features another couple, Beatrice and Benedick they both are witty, smart and swear never to be tricked by cupid 's arrow and fall in love. While Shakespeare focuses on the themes of love, lies and deception, he also uses…

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